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Friday, January 30, 2015

Quotes of the day... 1/30/15

Pick up on those moments 
of inspiration in your life. 
If there's something you've been thinking about 
and really want to do: get started, 
put it out there, keep going, keep creating. 
     ~ Jeanne Eisenhaure

Life shrinks and expands in direct proportion 
to ones willingness to take on risk. 
     ~ Casey Neistat

Through all of life’s up and downs, 
at the end of the day, it is simply amazing 
that we are here, and we need to appreciate 
and enjoy it! It literally keeps us here. 
     ~adapted, Rebecca Olsen

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Quotes of the day... 1/29/15

The difference between taking baby steps 
and acting small is that one prepares you 
for success, the other for a fall. 
     ~ Mike Dooley

Dwell not upon thy weariness, 
thy strength shall be according 
to the measure of thy desire. 
     ~ Arabian Proverb, via Zen Moments

The invariable mark of wisdom 
is to see the miraculous in the ordinary. 
     ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson, via Zen Moments

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Quotes of the day... 1/28/15

Don't criticize what you don't understand, son. 
You never walked in that man's shoes. 
     ~ Elvis Presley 

See the inner joy within everyone, 
regardless of the surface conditions that appear.
     ~ Doreen Virtue 

Forgiveness is the key to happiness.
     ~ A Course in Miracles

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

FROSTY RESCUED!

It began with Christy climbing out the window to unblock the door!



Ended with a successful uncovering of Frosty!


Frosty yesterday and Frosty today. Yikes!

Quotes of the day... 1/27/15

Don't let the those who wallow 
in misery darken your world.
It's true that misery loves company.
     ~adapted, Ivan Kelly

Honor the feelings that
pull you toward – or push you away
from various situations.
    ~ Doreen Virtue

We are all full of weaknesses and errors;
let us mutually pardon each other our follies.
It is the first law of nature.
     ~ Voltaire

Monday, January 26, 2015

Quotes of the day... 1/26/15

Even the longest of tunnels 
have light eventually and the darkest of clouds 
only hide the sun, not destroy it. 
     ~ Andy Charrington 

Claim your experience, but don't let it claim you.
      ~ Debra Jarvis

Don't be satisfied with stories, 
how things have gone with others. 
Unfold your own myth.
     ~ Rumi

Friday, January 23, 2015

Quotes of the day... 1/23/15

Don't worry so. 
Regret will only make you lose sleep, 
not solve the problem.
     ~ Shelley Shepard Gray

Human spirit is the ability 
to face the uncertainty of the future 
with curiosity and optimism. 
It is the belief that problems can be solved, 
differences resolved. It is a type of confidence.
     ~ Bernard Beckett 

Life is full of unexpected challenges. 
To adapt to the unknown, Albert Einstein 
developed three strengths 
and avoided three obstacles.
Strengths:              Obstacles:
Letting go               Habits
Being flexible          Conditioning
Hanging loose         Stuckness

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Quotes of the day... 1/22/15

Complaining does not work as a strategy. 
We all have finite time and energy. 
Any time we spend whining 
is unlikely to help us achieve our goals. 
And it won't make us happier.
    ~ Randy Pausch

Creativity can solve almost any problem. 
The creative act, the defeat of habit 
by originality, overcomes everything.
     ~ George Lois

Problems and their solutions
are life’s adventure.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Quotes of the day... 1/21/15

To hold our tongues when everyone is gossiping, 
to smile without hostility at people and institutions, 
to compensate for the shortage of love in the world 
with more love in small, private matters; 
to be more faithful in our work, 
to show greater patience, to forgo the cheap revenge
obtainable from mockery and criticism: 
all these are things we can do. 
     ~ Hermann Hesse

It's not about how to achieve our dreams, 
it's about how to lead our life, ... 
If we lead our life the right way, 
the karma will take care of itself, 
the dreams will come to us.
     ~adapted, Randy Pausch